• Learning Environment 

    School No. 46 strives to promote a safe learning environment by participating in a school-wide system of supports that include proactive strategies for defining, teaching, and supporting appropriate student behaviors. The ABCs of School No. 46 are incorporated into the school pledge students and staff recite each morning following the Pledge of Allegiance.  

    All staff members take time to teach, and reinforce throughout the year, expected behaviors in both classroom and non-classroom settings . We use a ticket system to "catch" students making the right choices and classroom teachers use these tickets to reward positive student behavior. 

    The ABCs of School No. 46:

    Always make wise choices.

    Be responsible.

    Care, cooperate, and be courteous.

    Our Learning Environment Committee plays an integral role in the function and success of our school community. The programs and activities are designed to promote a positive, engaging educational atmosphere for our entire adult and student learning community. Each month we feature a different PBS education value and spend time on character education activities designed to engage students in meaningful discussions and to deepen their understanding of how to be caring, compassionate individuals focused on making positive learning and behavior choices for themselves and their peers. We have a friendly competition between classes to be the first to earn the letters that spell our value word and, on a monthly basis, we host a school wide PBS activity that recognizes students that consistently made positive behavioral choices that month.   
    Parent Liaison, Charlie McCloud, and Behavior Intervention and Prevention Teacher, Mike Franciosa, provide support to students and parents. Their work includes strengthening relationships with students and families, improving communication between our school and families, increasing participation with school wide activities, addressing student management issues, facilitating parent-teacher conferences, resolving health office concerns, and matching volunteers to volunteer opportunities. 
    Contact Information: Reach Charlie McCloud and/or Mike Franciosa @ 288-8008, ext. 2000
    We have put into place a number of supports and leadership opportunities:
    • Mentoring
    • Check and Connect
    • Peer Mediation
    • School Bullying Prevention
    • Lunch Bunch Character Education
    • Safety Patrol
    • Student Council